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The North Carolina duo creates contemplative, all-consuming songs that suck you into a world where you’re sitting on the front porch, watching the sun set, drinking a beer, thinking of love and loss.

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What would life be without live music? Sure, you’d maybe have marginally more disposable income, but wouldn’t you rather catch a drumstick or lose a tooth in the pit? Or sip a drink in the mezzanine, if that’s more your speed? Whatever your preference, be sure to trawl this list and buy a fe…

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Journalists, musicians, public servants, artists and arts supporters, and other Tulsans who loved their city enough to help make it a better community are all part of this year’s compendium of losses to Tulsa.

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For 10 years Booksmart Tulsa, the Tulsa Literary Coalition and Magic City Books have reinvigorated Tulsa as a literary city. Tulsan of the Year Jeff Martin is to thank for that.

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The January issue of TulsaPeople is always one of my favorites. And the first issue of 2020 is no exception, especially as we open a new decade. 

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Despite personal loss and incarceration, Tulsan Maria Morris pursues her dreams.

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River Spirit Casino Resort was the site of Zarrow Pointe’s Legacy of Laughter inaugural gala Nov. 21, attended by 450 guests.

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American Heart Association leadership, sponsors and supporters of the 2020 Tulsa Heart Walk gathered at the Heart Walk Leadership Breakfast on Oct. 2 at the downtown Hyatt Regency Tulsa. There, 120 people networked and learned about the 2020 walk. 

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The Eastern Oklahoma Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals sponsors the National Philanthropy Day Conference and Awards Luncheon to recognize the importance of philanthropy in the community. Every year, the organization tries to shine a spotlight on those helping improve the community.